‘Late in Time’ is a collection of 10 new songs by March Rosetta.
The central theme of the album is human relationships, and the lyrics - sometimes surreal and multi-faceted, sometimes honest and direct - weave strongly autobiographical material with more general reflections upon love and love lost, death, money, politics and sex.
Though written originally as a set of songs for voice and piano, the musical styles on the finished album are wide, traveling from jazz to electronica, new wave and IDM.
‘March Rosetta’ is the solo electronic music project of Thomas Carter. ‘To Wash Against the Hudson River Running’ (2008) by the same artist is also available through Clinical Archives.
"Clinical Archives is about expanding the definition of music"
March 13, 2010 Subject:
It's going to grow.
The first time I listened to these tracks I wasn't sure.
I knew that if I didn't download them I'd forget where to find them and I'd be annoyed. I'm so glad I've got them now.
The album is slow burn. You'll find elements that you like and others that just don't sit right to begin with. I let everything find its own place and after a good few listens the whole thing just grew on me.
The minimal nature of the compositions is good. I listen to a lot of music with 'everything going on' and this style is a welcome break. The chord sequences work and surprise at times especially the jazz chords.
If you're here then I'd recommend that you grab these tracks.
You'll only regret leaving them behind.
Reviewer:Yotam Der Nicht Heilige
February 28, 2009 Subject: